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‘90 Days of Summer’ and ‘Kingston in February’

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The Ministry of Tourism and Entertainment is looking to maximize the economic potential of the country’s cultural product, through the staging of two major entertainment events. ‘90 Days of Summer’ and ‘Kingston in February’ will target locals as well as visitors to the island.
Presenter: Karlene Brown Thompson
Producer: Karlene Brown Thompson
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